Not Menstruation After Giving Birth, Is It Normal?
Hello, I want to ask, why can’t I get my period? So, I took 10 days later and then I have a great order and it’s been cured 2 times and I have donated 11 virgin donors, my question is whether it’s normal until now 6 months ago. menstruation also ?, and I still very dizzy too.
Hello Mrs. Asahra, thank you for consulting us on HealthReplies.com. We will try to explain about the factors that influence menstruation that does not come. Previously were you breastfeeding / giving exclusive breastfeeding to your baby?
Women who don't get their period can be called amenorrhea. This can be experienced by anyone, including women who are of childbearing age but are not pregnant and do not get menstruation again after 6 months from the last menstruation. In general, the natural causes of amenorrhea are:
menopause breastfeeding pregnancy if in one of the conditions above then no menstruation is still very reasonable and is not an abnormality. However, if it happens because of the following things:
lifestyle contraception (KB injection) lifestyle (too low body weight, excessive exercise and stress) hormonal imbalance (PCOS, hypothyroidism, tumors in the pituitary gland of the brain) anorexia excess hormone prolactin abnormalities in the structure of ovarian tumor reproductive organs so it is a very abnormal disorder not effect the occurrence of menses and need to be addressed.
To find out the exact cause, you should consult a doctor or obstetrician for a complete series of examinations, including a complete medical interview, physical examination, laboratory tests and imaging such as ultrasound, CT scan or MRI. If the examination has known the exact cause, the doctor will provide appropriate treatment, whether by using contraceptive pills, drugs containing hormones or estrogen replacement hormone therapy.
Thus we can convey, hopefully our explanation helps you. thanks.